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. that's your money watch. for more, head to cbs money watch.com. >>> a bald eagle is going to be okay, thanks to the quick thinking of two fort myers residents. gale shows us the dramatic video from florida. >> it was in bad shape. it was breathing breathing and panting very hard. >> jim's video shows the lifeless bald eagle, nose down. by the site just north of fort myers. >> buzzards were actually circling above. probably if somebody didn't find them, i'm sure the buzzards were going to find a meal. >> reporter: the veteran and his wife laurie called 911. >> it's a bald eagle. it represents our country. and it is a pretty magnificent bird. and i'd be hard pressed to say that there wouldn't be too many people who wouldn't stop and help the bird. >> reporter: soon after, the florida wildlife commission arrived. he used his motorcycle glove to carefully rescue the eagle. >> made one quick move, which we made a video of. then we put a rag over its head. and he was really docile. he really wasn't fighting very much. >> reporter: from he
:00. long time eagles head coast eagle reid is out in philadelphia, one of seven head coaches fired on blackmon day, the day nfl coaches get the axe. reid coached the eagles for 14 seasons and led them to six division titles and five nfc championship games in that time. >>> it's new year's eve and we're winding down to the top d.c. sports moments. we're at number two. if you think playoff baseball is in the mix, you're right. >> three balls two, strikes. the pitch. swing, and a long hit, deep left field, going, going, going! >> who in the world can forget this walk-off home run in game four of the nlds. that homer extended the nats postseason for just another day. >>> no news in the hockey lockout. the capitals captain alexander ovechkin is making news. he and russian tennis player maria kirby kirilinko are engaged. >>> we're because at 6:00 with your only local newscast. we're always on wusa9.com. have a great night.
of pennsylvania. art? >> caller: hi, i'm going a recovering eagles fan now living in steelers country. with everybody jumping on the chinese stock bandwagon i talked you last week about keu 360 ng t lightning round. it had the good quarter about three weeks ago. and no further news, today it jump dodd a new 52-week high, we got a short squeeze going on here? >> yes, that's exactly what we have. i don't want you to touch it sorry, i do have to momentarily wipe a tear from my eye, because whatever is going on with the eagles is just -- well, they went off their own sports cliff. let's put it that way. it may seem like fiscal fears are subsiding, but you must still be a little cautious. i'm optimistic for legislation if congress doesn't take a vacation, and until compromise is made, i'll try to spot some winners that are bounce-backers, if you stay with us, no vacation, congresspeople and president, until legislation. the new mantra. besides -- rise above. having you ship my gifts couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and a santa to boot! [ chuckles ] right, b
and pleasant in philly today for the redskins and the eagles. meanwhile, lake effect snows. the snow machine is on. and our next weather maker is still down here across the gulf coast. it's on a slow but steady course in our direction. it will be arriving long around lunchtime tomorrow. and sunny and quiet, and great day to be outside today and quiet weather up and down the eastern seaboard. if you are flying today or taking the train or driving whatever you are doing to get to grandma's house, it will be good travel today. 10:30 tonight, clear skies will allow the cold air to settle in place around here so by the time we get started 8:00 tomorrow morning, still a relatively clear sky but clouds moving in very, very quickly, and there will be a chance tomorrow as the moisture runs over that cold air, this pink and the blue out here across eastern and western parts of virginia, that may be a possibility of sleet at the on set of the next system. most of that will be up towards the blue ridge, shenandoah valley and upper parts of maryland. and tomorrow late morning to late afternoon be on the
the cardinals, too. >> and give credit, the new orleans saints 8-8. a respectable year. eagles playing in perhaps andy reid's last home game. >> redskins and the eagles. you could tell the eagles really wanted to win this for andy reid. they were able to get out in front early. rg-3 obviously in the conversation for offensive rookie of the year. able to get the redskins out front 27-13. but the eagles, they come from behind, get it to 27-20. and closing seconds, coming down to the final seconds. nick foles with an opportunity on a second and goal, trying to get his team in the end zone, can't do so. redskins win it 27-20. it looks like they're going to be your nfc champ. >> and andy reid in philly, he had some good years in there. the next part of our conversation is dedicated to willis. he had to endure a very rough day today. let's talk about that giants game against baltimore. >> the giants have been awful the last few weeks, not playing well, not getting things going on the defensive end. today, the ravens picked on cory webster all day in that giants' second dare. flacco played gr
state of pennsylvania. art. >> caller: i'm a recovering eagles fan now living in steelers country. i told you last week about 360 on the "lightning round." >> yeah. sorry. i did have to momentarily wipe the tear from my eye. ♪ whatever's going on with the eagles is just -- well, they went off their own sports cliff. let's just put it that way. we're going to hear from one of my absolute favorite companies. that company is starbucks. when the company has its biannual, annual analyst day. can't have a biannual annual. let me start again. [ bleep ] i'm still paying $5.07 for my triple cappuccino each morning from the stock exchange. want one? just ask for the cramer. ♪ >> there's an awful lot of coffee in brazil. >> this deal's become a real hot button with the short selling community. smells good to me. it's the minlial semi-biannual annual -- now, that could be a good week that was. whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and
with 198 years -- 198 yards in his first game back from an injury. the redskins held on to beat the eagles 27-20 sunday for their sixth straight win. if the skins win next sunday against dallas, they'll win the division for the first time since 1999. >>> our time is 4:37. the stock market is just days away from ending another positive year. but the fiscal cliff could send the economy into a tailspin. it appears to already be affecting consumer spending and some of the country's most beloved snacks could soon return to store shelves. 9news returns in two minutes. >>> 4:40 on this monday morning. christmas eve. quiet right now. really no real problems i think till we get more toward late this afternoon into when rain may develop mixed in with sleet and snow. the roads staying mainly wet with high temperatures in the low 40s. a very active weather week coming up. i'll have your seven-day forecast in about five minutes. right now over to liz with a look at timesaver traffic. >>> good morning. the commute very much the same as the weather apparently. 270 montrose all quiet, cleared out. might s
from the cincinnati bengals -- fill eagles game. the helmets of andre smith and brandon graham got stuck together. the ref had to help separate hem. graham chuckled about it. the woeful eagles didn't have much more to laugh about in this game, five turnovers and lost to the bengals 34-13. >>> two 11-year-old boys, that trophy they're holding is 13,000 years old, 13,000 years old. because it's from troy, michigan, they were scouring a creek stumbled across a bone from a macedon, an elephant like beast that died 10,000 years ago. they're calling it the coolest show and tell item ever. >>> you can make part of a semiautomatic rifle using a 3-d printer. lawmakers fear it's a matter of time before people start making homemade guns. ...so as you can see, geico's customer satisfaction is at 97%. mmmm tasty. and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful.
and the eagles coach and shermer is going to be in cleveland. i'm hearing, this is crazy, up to ten coaches may lose their jobs. >> harris: really? >> tomorrow, happy new year. >> harris: wow, no doubt. can you give us an idea, can you give us the scoop? >> the scoop, we are going to see rex ryan with the jets had a rough season and have a press conference at 4:45.
. it might be good timing. expected to be released by the eagles. would not be at of the question. a good investment? what do you think? >> it would be pretty dangerous. people still remember the whole issue that he had. i know they picked him up, but there were some questionable folks working for them. i don't know if it's going to happen. >> it's an interesting analysis. someone has to say, has the san set as an sunset, san says. melissa: got it. i'm so sorry you had to explain that to us. >> a very interesting, but quick analysis. michael vick is very much like at ten tebow, a triple threat. you need other weapons around you because if you key in on michael vick and you can because you don't have a running game or anybody the throw to, you have accomplished absolutely
in afghanistan. >>> another honor awaits the boy scout denied eagle scout status because he is gay. he will be honored at monday's opening session of the state assembly. john perez wants to pay tribute to his bravery and his family has been gathering signatures to ask the boy scouts to change its policy. >> the court could decide on whether it'll take up the issue of gay marriage as soon as monday. the justices met behind closed doors but didn't take any action on proposition eight. supporters of same sex marriage are hoping the court will decide not to review proposition eightf. that happens a lower court ruling would take effect legalizing same sex marriage in california. couples could get married as soon as tuesday. >> we will be ready with volunteers that we already have in place and volunteer who are being trained today. we will have a one stop shop for anyone who wants to get married. >> the court could also decide to hear several cases related to the defense of marriage act. they would be argued in march or april with the decision expected by the end of june. >> the first ma
're reading patent pending. so you clearly have eyes of an eagle, so, you know, you're in. and that was just how so many people, so many of the sailors that i interviewed, i mean, and they did it because of patriotism, they did it because it was the right thing to do, and we sent them to sea in these new and untested vessels that the navy thought initially was a colossal waste of money. no warship had ever been manned by an african-american crew, and the first warship to be manned by an african-american crew was the uss mason which was a destroyer escort. franklin roosevelt wanted to do something to end racial discrimination in the military and in industry, and, of course, he was a pragmatist. and he was also a shrewd politician. and he knew he had to be very careful, otherwise he'd alienate some of the southern political folks that just didn't have that same view. eleanor roosevelt, on the other hand, was a very strong proponent of equal rights and of doing something to end racial discrimination. so she continually prodded franklin roosevelt to do something. so he decided that he would, um,
, in alaska, offshore, it is coast, west coast, gulf coast, in new york, pennsylvania, in the eagle ford areas. that has enormous implications in terms of gdp growth. because of the enormity of the issue, you have to continue to reduce demand. >> what role should the government play in the future -- your business is in transportation, too -- we are mired in conversations about the fiscal cliff. we are talking about long-term infrastructure, a long term energy plan. >> this is the perfect opportunity for the government to work together to achieve a common goal. there is plenty of times when our interest might not call last with the interest of either of the parties. this is the opportunity we have never had before. you could have consumer, business, and the government's all working together to take advantage of this huge resource. for us, it makes so much sense because it makes business sense. we get about $1.65 a quilt when natural gas. from the government point of view, everybody is talking about jobs and the fiscal cliff. everyone talks about taxes and what is going to happen with the fiscal
every moment of your journey, neal armstrong. >> the eagle has landed. oh, boy. we're going to be busy for a minute. >> osgood: our collective sigh of relief echos to this day. and so does our awe. the sight of you walking on the moon. >> that's one small step for man. one giant step for mankind. >> osgood: understated to the end, you downplayed that part of the trip, reminding us pilots take no particular joy in walking. pilots like flying. god speed neal armstrong. ♪ moon river ♪ wider than a mile ♪ i'm crossing you in style ♪ some day >> osgood: andy williams used to say that he never tired of singing the ball add that brought him such fame. to croon about the moon, to make the ladies swoon, you have to admit it wasn't a bad way to make a living. ♪ two drifters off to see the world ♪ >> osgood: it's been years since the rev. sun moon was in the spotlight presiding over the mass weddings of his followers, the moonees he used to call them. farewell. now you probably never heard of chemist sherwood roland, but he worked a minor miracle here on earth. his research led to a p
. >> is all that matters. >> the eagle has landed. >> as long as it's familiar and unforgettable. >> good night and good luck. >> great job with that. >> sorry to geek out this morning, but i love it. i could read it all day long. >> i think you did a great job with the piece, what's your favorite quote? >> about irony but also love this randy pausch quote, you get people to help you by telling the truth, be earnest, i'll take an earnest person or hip every day, because hip is short term. >> mine is winston churchill, never give in never give in never, never, never. >> excellent. again, we could read this all morning long. bartlett's familiar quotations. let's go to break. >>> saw the courts hand down big decisions this year from the supreme court upholding president obama's health care well, well well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today
coast, offshore west coast, gulf coast, in new york, in pennsylvania, in the eagle ford areas, and that has enormous implications in terms of, as i mentioned, balance of payments and g.d.p. growth, but at the same time because of the enormity of the issue, you also have to continue to reduce demand by fuel efficiency standards and diversification of transportation. >> what role -- and i'm going to throw this to a c.e.o. in the crowd. so maybe david, you could take this. what role should the government play in the future of -- your business is transportation, too -- in the transportation business with this? look, we are mired in conversations about a fiscal cliff on the very right now. we're talking about long-term infrastructure build-out, a long-term energy plan. what role should c.e.o.'s have and the federal government have in making sure this gets done? >> this is the perfect opportunity for the federal government and for state governments to work together to achieve a common goal, right? there's plenty of times where, when we run a business, our interests might not coalesc
, pennsylvania, in the eagle ford areas. that has enormous implications in terms of gdp growth. because of the enormity of the issue, you have to continue to reduce demand. >> what role should the government play in the future -- your business is in transportation, too -- we are mired in conversations about the government play in the future f. we are talking about long-term infrastructure, a long term energy plan. >> this is the perfect opportunity for the government to work together to achieve a common goal. there is plenty of times when our interest might not call last with the interest of either of -- might not coalesce with the interest of either of the parties. this is the opportunity we have never had before. you could have consumer, business, and the government's all working together to take advantage of this huge resource. for us, it makes so much sense because it makes business sense. we get about $1.65 a quilt when -- the equivalent with natural gas. from the government point of view, everybody is talking about jobs and the fiscal cliff. everyone talks about taxes and what is
in the eagle ford and in the hainesville and other areas in texas because texas is a more happy kind of fracking state which has a lot easier -- >> intense pressure on state governments to grab what economic boom they can when they can, which is a lot more difficult to resist. >> it adds to the difficulty of getting a unified sort of trust going in terms of the technology itself, because each state looks at it differently. >> my sense is your position is this can be done safely and largely is done safely now. obviously there are exceptions to that. are there standardized rules you would like to see as someone who sees it done safely, you would like to see put in place to ensure that always happens? >> have you reviewed the new york supplemental gis? 2,000 pages worth of regulations. just to kind of backtrack, there's a lot of discussion around the table, i wanted to bring up the wastewater issue since we keep alluding to it. the wastewater as we know, obviously, is regulated under the clean water act. there's been a lot of talk about this dick cheney and the halliburton loophole. >>
. and i know jay was not a boy scout but as someone who is an eagle scout, i know that we're taught that the ultimate in life is to be trustworthy. i don't know of anybody on capitol hill that is more trustworthy than jay pearson. loyal, loyal and yet courteous, kind. jay pearson has been a true friend and to have somebody who knows what goes on, knows the rules, we can disagree about the rules but i can come to him and know i have the institutional memory right there with me. that has been such a huge help. and just knowing when i did need information i could call jay, and i would have whatever i needed. so, jay, i know that you're going to be better off without us, but we're certainly not going to be better off without jay pearson. i also know that nobody serves in congress without loved ones missing and suffering because of an absence of time with them. so we know, it's kind of like when i was in the military, my wife knew well that it's not just one person who serves. so as jay pearson served all these years, in congress, there's no question his wife served as well, we'll be for
. we did it for very young kids with our eddie eagle child safety program that is throughout --. jenna: wayne laperriere, the ceo of the nra, talking about gun control and a whole host of different issues. the big headline from this so far is his comment, the only thing that stop as bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. he went on to propose to congress that we all have armed police officers in schools across this country before kids return from the holiday break. he went through a long list of reasons, he almost provided as things, angles, that we must discuss when gun violence or when violence in a mass shooting erupts like the one we saw in newtown, connecticut. among he talked about a national database for the mentally ill. he talked about not prosecuting criminals enough. he criticized the media for coverage of mass shootings. he also went on to take on video games as well as the movie industry. but again, getting back to his main point, the only way to protect our kids he says is absolute protection. is not only one with this point of view. we know there are others who wil
the eagles touching moment. the group included 200 students from the school district and victims' families. they formed a gauntlet to welcome players from both teams and held hands during the national anthem. >> dave: those newtown folks got to see eli manning throw five touchdowns. they rolled, but don't go to the playoffs. >> clayton: thanks for rubbing it in. >> juliet: here at fox news, we are lucky enough to be just a block away from one of the nation's biggest new year's eve celebrations taking place tonight at times square. >> clayton: our next guest says there is a whole lot of interesting stuff going on outside of the big apple. fox news' radio todd starnes -- we got to get rid of an s. he's here action there is a lot of weird traditions around the country, right. >> dave: your favorite is what? the pickle drop. >> clayton: there is a pickle drop and also a possum drop which i'll tell you about. >> we do have very creative people all around the country and check out some of the rather unusual drops we found. ♪ pump this party ♪ 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1! happy new year! ♪
's to that happening in 2013, governor. and to a revamped offensive line for our eagles. >> absolutely. happy holidays to everyone in squawk. >> thanks a lot, governor. see you later. >> another rough morning for shares of herbalife. kayla? >> melissa, herbalife shares have dropped, but up premarket by 4%. now they're plummeting past the key level. we had a put that expired on december 21st. traders saying there's a little more options activity with puts and potential shorts for those shares escalating in early trading today. guys, back to you. >> yeah. kayla, thanks so much. shares of jcp down 40% over the last year. but one analyst putting out a positive note on the retailer this morning. he'll explain why he sees some evidence of success at the department store. plus, crude oil prices pulling back this year. how can you get the investing edge on energy in 2013. we'll get predictions when "squawk on the street" comes right back. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor s
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